The route actually taken on today's section.
Porthleven Harbour from the road outside the B&B.
Small boats bob about in the calm morning sunshine in Porthleven Harbour.
An unusual front gate.
An old fisherman's cottage in Porthleven now used as a holiday let.
A little startling at first but it was just a training exercise. A Bomb Disposal team at Bar Lodge near Porthleven
Clifftop machinery at Gunwalloe.
A fishing boat finds fish close in to the shore.
Wild Alyssum covering walls and cliff tops all along these coasts, together with the yellow flowers on the Western Gorse, provide a wonderful sight and beautiful aromas.
Wild Alyssum, Kidney Vetch, Sea Campion, and Thrift on a 'Cornwall Hedge' i.e. a dry stone wall, smelling richly of honey in the light breezes.
Church Cove. The Church of the Storms (in the centre of the picture) is unusual in that the tower is not connected to the main building but separated by a few yards.
The church tower.
A rather creepy looking figure in the curchyard, not something to encounter unexpectedly on a dark misty night!
A spectacular wild orchid on the side of the path down into Poldhu Cove.
The old hotel at Poldhu Cove, now a retirement home.
The Marconi Memorial at Poldhu. Nearby is the aerial field used when Marconi transmitted the first long range radio signal to Newfoundland.
The site of Marconi's first transmissions across the Atlantic.
Looking North from Predannack Cliff with Mullion Island in the foreground and Porthleven in the distance to the left of centre.
Higher Predannack Cliff.
A Royal Navy Merlin helicopter, one of several flying back and forth across the coast hereabouts on training flights from Predannack Airfield just inland from the coast path.
Soap Cove and The Horse
The view Southeast from Kynance cliff, across Asparagus island, Gull Rock and Lion Rock towards The Lizard.
Our hero at the end of the walk at the Lizard, looking suitably knackered.
Lizard Point, the most Southerly part of mainland Britain.